Rangefinder. Thursday , April 19th , 2018 - 12:17:25 PM
Dual Purpose Rangefinders: These all around rangefinders see use during both archery and rifle season. The are generally capable of ranging targets at several hundred yards, and often have features that are favored by both rifle and bow hunters, such a target priority modes and a scan mode. Many of these units also have both a "bow" and "rifle" mode which allows the user to select which mode best fits their current hunting situation.
Golf rangefinders are the rage amongst both amateur and professional players, which is a far cry from the days when it was first introduced. Then, its use was limited to a few professionals and amateurs with money to spare. But as with all things in golf and in life, rangefinders eventually became an essential part of a golfer’s arsenal to shoot the ball into the hole.
Since laser rangefinders bounce the laser off the target, and because all targets have a certain reflectivity, part of the distance the rangefinder calculates is based on this reflective nature of the target. In other words, "hard" objects like rocks and cliffs can be easily measured at greater distances than "soft" targets like deer or other wildlife.
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